Pilates Plus: Strength, Balance and Power for Women 50+
Northside Allied Health are excited to announce the launch of a new pilates and strengthening program, Pilates Plus, specifically tailored for more mature ladies. The program focuses on improving balance, agility and strength for women aged 50+ and will be facilitated by Exercise Physiologists & Pilates instructors, Eloise Morrison and Liz Dawson from our Morayfield clinic.
The program launched was a great success, held on International Women’s Day 8th March from our Morayfield clinic. 12 local ladies limbered up for the class and completed their afternoon with a chat and some afternoon tea. We invite you and your female friends to come along to the class, which will be held twice a week from Morayfield clinic! For more information on times and to register contact [email protected]
Meet your Pilates Plus Instructors....
Accredited Exercise Physiologist & Pilates Plus FacilitatorNorthside Allied Health recently had the pleasure of welcoming Eloise (Elle) Morrison to the Morayfield family. Elle is also an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Accredited Exercise Scientist with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology. Her professional interests lie in the role exercise plays in cancer treatment as well as metabolic rehabilitation. Elle is passionate about movement as medicine and shifting mindsets from treating with pills to more natural methods. As well as being passionate about her own family and husband, she welcomes her new family at Northside Allied Health who she is proud to be a part of. She looks forward to helping local ladies improve the way their body moves through Pilates Plus!
Accredited Exercise Physiologist & Pilates Plus Facilitator & OwnerLiz Dawson is an ESSA Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP), Pilates instructor and Owner and Director of Northside Allied Health. Since graduating with a Bachelor of Science: Human Movement Studies in 2009, Liz has worked in weight management with Wesley Health, rehabilitation for ex service men and women through the Department of Veterans Affairs (Oct 2011). Her work in this area inspired her to established Northside Allied Health.
Whilst working with weight management clients, Liz recognized the importance of a well developed core and eff
icient muscle recruitment patterns. To achieve this Liz has focused on the Pilates technique to improve client’s wellbeing and enable them to take part in exercise programs
. The rehabilitation work has highlighted the importance of exercise as preventative tool.
Liz has used the Pilates principles with her Veteran clients (age ranging from 30-80) to address issues arising from a wide variety of acute and chronic injuries. The benefits seen by practicing Pilates once per week have been significant. Re-educating clients using movement patterns and realignment of their posture has helped to reduce their pain levels as well as increasing their range of movements, allowing them to participate in activities with energy and enthusiasm.